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Ro·ma·ña

(rō-mahn'yă),
Cecilio, 20th-century Argentine physician in Brazil. See: Romaña sign.
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The PAX ROMANA or "Roman Peace," was the long period of peace and stability within the Roman Empire following the devastating civil wars of the late Roman Republic.
An oral presentation took place during the Palliative and Supportive Care Session on 08 September, 2015 entitled "Results from the ROMANA Phase III Studies of Anamorelin in Advanced Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Patients with Cachexia" (Abstract 1359), focusing on lean body mass responder analyses.
Made of pale oak, the Romana dining table's soft curves and understated design emphasises ercol's skill in working with solid timber.
Croix, Vieques, Tortola, Virgin Gorda, Dominica, Martinique, Guadeloupe, La Romana, Punta Cana, Santo Domingo, Santiago, St.
On the market La Romana is a bustling town with markets, cigar shops and a restaurant-packed marina.
Khatak said Romana Akbar, Ribbah and Neelam Jahan locked hostel room their selves for wrong propaganda against the university.
23 that they will launch a new route from Luis Munoz Marin International Airport in San Juan Puerto Rico (SJU) non-stop to La Romana International Airport in La Romana Dominican Republic (LRM).
Posta Romana, the loss making the national postal services operator, will lay off 3,650 employees in September.
Romana Moffatt, from Ashington, Northumberland, and her husband Terry, are busy preparing to move their store, Moffee's, to the PS150m Tesco development.
Fernando Ceballos, President of the La Romana Association of Industrial Free Zones, confirmed that in recent months 6,000 employees (35% of the total payroll) have been fired, reports DR1 Daily News (Feb.